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For many of our members, $1,000 represents sacrifice and intentional budgeting to make a charitable gift of this size. That is by design. The goal is for each member to feel fully invested in and connected to their giving, and the grants that result from it.

Membership FAQs

We welcome “Sponsors and Friends of Impact100 Fannin County” and are thrilled when an individual, foundation, or corporation wants to help us through monetary or in-kind service donations. Although they do not provide voting rights, these donations help cover program and operating expenses that are essential to accomplishing our mission.

To join, or for more information about joining, visit the Membership page. You may pay by credit card or check. Your membership is good for one calendar year January through December.

Each paid-in-full membership donation provides voting membership for the next calendar year. The membership year runs from January through December.  Members who pay after May 31 are eligible to participate in all member activities, but are not eligible to vote until the following year.

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Membership is now closed for 2023.

Membership will re-open in January, 2024.

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Check back regularly to stay informed about the Grant Process and how much money Impact100 will award to Fannin County nonprofits in 2023!

Get Involved


There are many opportunities to serve and be a part of Impact100 Fannin County. Members may choose to join or lead a committee, work an event, write for our publications, and more. Members may also choose to take less of a role and simply become a member and vote. Each member decides what their level of involvement will be. If you are interested in serving in any role, please send us an email to learn more.


Donations help cover administrative expenses specifically related to running the organization. Many individuals and businesses choose to make financial and in-kind gifts or donate professional services which allow us to keep our overhead expenses low. Impact100 Fannin County does not have any paid employees.